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(Some Guy)   I'll see your Pizza Hut manager fired for closing the store on Thanksgiving, and raise you a Pizza Hut manager keeping the store open to provide free meals to anyone who wants one   (chestertownspy.com ) divider line
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2013-11-28 05:18:56 PM  
Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.
 
2013-11-28 05:19:34 PM  
In any case it is spiffy.
 
2013-11-28 06:29:05 PM  
I think it's a very nice gesture. Can they get extra pepperoni? No? Well then fark you, assholes!
 
2013-11-28 06:32:19 PM  

BizarreMan: Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.


lots of this and this.
 
2013-11-28 06:36:58 PM  

BizarreMan: The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.


Pizza ovens are extremely versatile.

/much like your mom
 
2013-11-28 06:37:16 PM  

BizarreMan: Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.



Completely inaccurate headlines are part of Fark's charm. Some call it incompetence, but we call it a feature.

And yes, welcometofark.jpg
 
2013-11-28 06:38:54 PM  

BizarreMan: Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.


OMG, cooking turkey in a pizza oven? WTF? I actually do get what you're saying, but my concern would be more focused on the staff than the equipment.
 
2013-11-28 06:42:51 PM  
Domino's? Haven't these people suffered enough?
 
2013-11-28 06:43:32 PM  

gingerjet: BizarreMan: The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.

Pizza ovens are extremely versatile.

/much like your mom


Do Dominoes franchises have actual pizza ovens?  I thought they had conveyor belt ovens designed for pizzas, I doubt a turkey would fit through.  Then again, I guess they could just carve it up before cooking, and lay it out on platters to go through.
 
2013-11-28 06:44:36 PM  

dolphkhan: would be more focused on the staff than the equipment.


My guess is the staff who does the actual making of the pizza knows quite a lot about cooking and go do some fun things with the equipment in the store.  Management - not so much.

/a friend who manages two Chipotle's can't grill a chicken breast if his life depended on it
 
2013-11-28 06:44:43 PM  
I would really like to spend Thanksgiving surrounded by loved ones, but I don't think that my wife and the in laws would be ready to meet my mistresses.
 
2013-11-28 06:48:46 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: I thought they had conveyor belt ovens designed for pizzas, I doubt a turkey would fit through.


I haven't been in a Domino's pizza outlet in over twenty years so I have no idea.  But you could spatchcocked it (remove the backbone) and I would assume it would fit in a normal pizza oven.  It would definitely fit whole in ovens I've seen in newer artisan pizza joints.
 
2013-11-28 06:51:19 PM  

gingerjet: My guess is the staff who does the actual making of the pizza knows quite a lot about cooking and go do some fun things with the equipment


Good point. It's pretty cool seeing some of the specialty items staff can whip up with a TurboChef and an impinger..
 
2013-11-28 06:52:57 PM  
Domino's doesn't have ovens. They are high temp, high speed conveyors which could never cook a turkey unless it was 1/4" thick. I'm assuming they are using another device entirely, or simmering meat in juice.

/bet they still found a way to make it doughy
 
2013-11-28 06:57:53 PM  
An actual, brick over, traditional pizza over is spectacular for cooking poultry. It cooks so evenly, with so little convection, you can cook a turkey at 550 degrees in two hours without scorching it.

Throw a 40 pound roast in at 275 for 12 hours, and you can eat it with a spoon.
 
2013-11-28 07:02:42 PM  
Yeah, right, free pizza. There has to be a catch or a downside in there somewhere.
>Dominos
Oh... Oh dear lord.
 
2013-11-28 07:03:14 PM  
I haven't been to a Pizza Hut since the one by me got rid of Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja.  That was the only reason to go.
 
2013-11-28 07:04:44 PM  
CSB time, and Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

One year, my ex and I decided to hold Thanksgiving here at the house, and cooked for 30 people, and had a full bar besides.  We were trying to figure out the logistics of cooking that much food at once, when our friend Ryan handed us the keys to his pizza restaurant, which is about 50 yards from my house.  Suddenly we had access to eight gas stoves, and one of my friends who worked with me in another pizza restaurant came and helped me do all the prep and staging.  We had a turkey, a ham, a tofurkey and enough sides to fill a 14 foot long dining table.  Throw in a roaring fire in the fireplace, and we had an amazing Thanksgiving dinner that year.

Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.
 
2013-11-28 07:05:31 PM  
gas ovens, rather.  Sorry.
 
2013-11-28 07:11:41 PM  

snarketyfarker: gas ovens, rather.  Sorry.


You know who else had gas ovens?

// obligatory.
 
2013-11-28 07:14:32 PM  

snarketyfarker: Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food, If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora. Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well. The people who run it are wonderful as well. Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.



they don't have donuts in japan?

j/k
love some injera with gored
 
2013-11-28 07:15:05 PM  

VladTheEmailer: snarketyfarker: gas ovens, rather.  Sorry.

You know who else had gas ovens?

// obligatory.


I can not see what you did there
 
2013-11-28 07:15:40 PM  

snarketyfarker: CSB time, and Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

One year, my ex and I decided to hold Thanksgiving here at the house, and cooked for 30 people, and had a full bar besides.  We were trying to figure out the logistics of cooking that much food at once, when our friend Ryan handed us the keys to his pizza restaurant, which is about 50 yards from my house.  Suddenly we had access to eight gas stoves, and one of my friends who worked with me in another pizza restaurant came and helped me do all the prep and staging.  We had a turkey, a ham, a tofurkey and enough sides to fill a 14 foot long dining table.  Throw in a roaring fire in the fireplace, and we had an amazing Thanksgiving dinner that year.

Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.


I went to Thanksgiving at the home of an Eritrean family.  They put berbere on the turkey.  It was awesome.
 
2013-11-28 07:16:12 PM  

snarketyfarker: CSB time, and Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

One year, my ex and I decided to hold Thanksgiving here at the house, and cooked for 30 people, and had a full bar besides.  We were trying to figure out the logistics of cooking that much food at once, when our friend Ryan handed us the keys to his pizza restaurant, which is about 50 yards from my house.  Suddenly we had access to eight gas stoves, and one of my friends who worked with me in another pizza restaurant came and helped me do all the prep and staging.  We had a turkey, a ham, a tofurkey and enough sides to fill a 14 foot long dining table.  Throw in a roaring fire in the fireplace, and we had an amazing Thanksgiving dinner that year.

Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.


I had Ethopian Food, just once. Some things I will never do again, eat Ethopian Food is one of them.
 
2013-11-28 07:17:46 PM  
debbie downer here.
if those turkeys are prepped or cooked in the store and one friggin omg i am deathly alergic to .... but the doctors don't realize it person shows up to buy a pizza today or tomorrow and there aren't signs posted everywhere about what was cooked the lawsuit is going to be a big one. "i went to buy pizza on turkey day cuz i can eat dough but a bread crumb will kill me".
 
2013-11-28 07:21:53 PM  

autopsybeverage: I would really like to spend Thanksgiving surrounded by loved ones, but I don't think that my wife and the in laws would be ready to meet my mistresses.


I thought you wanted to be surrounded by loved ones? What would your wife and in-laws be doing there?
 
2013-11-28 07:26:15 PM  
I'm almost certain the free meals manager will be fired for his gesture.
 
2013-11-28 07:33:30 PM  

KingVJ: snarketyfarker: CSB time, and Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

One year, my ex and I decided to hold Thanksgiving here at the house, and cooked for 30 people, and had a full bar besides.  We were trying to figure out the logistics of cooking that much food at once, when our friend Ryan handed us the keys to his pizza restaurant, which is about 50 yards from my house.  Suddenly we had access to eight gas stoves, and one of my friends who worked with me in another pizza restaurant came and helped me do all the prep and staging.  We had a turkey, a ham, a tofurkey and enough sides to fill a 14 foot long dining table.  Throw in a roaring fire in the fireplace, and we had an amazing Thanksgiving dinner that year.

Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.

I had Ethopian Food, just once. Some things I will never do again, eat Ethopian Food is one of them.


I had it once, also. It was plate full of different kinds of paste that all tasted "hot" with a potato plopped in the middle. Didn't make me a fan.
 
2013-11-28 07:52:36 PM  
Fark needs to start reading the headlines & articles that they greenlight.
But I suppose that's asking too much.
 
2013-11-28 08:25:55 PM  
That's very cool of those folks.  Cheers to them.
 
2013-11-28 08:43:17 PM  

BizarreMan: Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.


Well, they probably have a dishwasher and that's really all you need.   http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/25/dishwasher-turkey-david-burk e -thanksgiving_n_4323355.html?utm_hp_ref=taste&ir=Taste
 
2013-11-28 08:44:19 PM  

gingerjet: TuteTibiImperes: I thought they had conveyor belt ovens designed for pizzas, I doubt a turkey would fit through.

I haven't been in a Domino's pizza outlet in over twenty years so I have no idea.  But you could spatchcocked it (remove the backbone) and I would assume it would fit in a normal pizza oven.  It would definitely fit whole in ovens I've seen in newer artisan pizza joints.


We spatchcocked our turkey this year. First time. We've done it with chicken previously so thought we would give it a shot. Fourteen pound turkey in about 75 minutes.
 
2013-11-28 08:47:25 PM  

KingVJ: I had Ethopian Food, just once. Some things I will never do again, eat Ethopian Food is one of them.


Why? I've never had it but would like to try it sometime. At least I think I do.
 
2013-11-28 08:50:08 PM  

snarketyfarker: Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.


I'm not sure if taking a friend out to an ethnic restaurant for a country known for famine and chronic malnutrition for the Thanksgiving holiday is unintentionally an ironic and terrible thing to do or a subtle troll.

Either way, well done.
 
2013-11-28 08:56:31 PM  
Did he get fired?
 
2013-11-28 09:00:46 PM  

VladTheEmailer: snarketyfarker: gas ovens, rather.  Sorry.

You know who else had gas ovens?

// obligatory.


Pizza Hut?
 
2013-11-28 09:20:03 PM  
Charity equals good (and free) publicity.  Tax deductible, anyway.
 
2013-11-28 09:33:41 PM  

Rapmaster2000: I haven't been to a Pizza Hut since the one by me got rid of Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja.  That was the only reason to go.


You live near Westland, MI?
 
2013-11-28 09:34:37 PM  
West-Chesterton-ville?
 
2013-11-28 10:04:31 PM  

Jument: KingVJ: I had Ethopian Food, just once. Some things I will never do again, eat Ethopian Food is one of them.

Why? I've never had it but would like to try it sometime. At least I think I do.


it tasted quite fine. It i the 45 to 180 mins after consumption that didn't agree with me. gas upset stomach.
 
2013-11-28 10:26:35 PM  
snarketyfarker:

Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food.

Ethiopian food?  I thought they were all starving.  Now there is a foodie crazy about starving?
 
2013-11-28 10:27:12 PM  
crazy=craze
 
2013-11-28 11:06:57 PM  

BizarreMan: Tryptophan poisoning causing a decrease in reading comprehension subby?

The pizza joint open with free meals is a Domino's.  I'm curious how they're cooking traditional thanksgiving meals in a restaurant that probably doesn't have the right equipment.


They're doing "to go" boxes, not full on friendship turkey roasts.
 
2013-11-29 12:11:22 AM  

brimed03: autopsybeverage: I would really like to spend Thanksgiving surrounded by loved ones, but I don't think that my wife and the in laws would be ready to meet my mistresses.

I thought you wanted to be surrounded by loved ones? What would your wife and in-laws be doing there?


Because the holidays aren't about being with people you like, dammit!
 
2013-11-29 01:17:17 AM  

Dwindle: An actual, brick over, traditional pizza over is spectacular for cooking poultry. It cooks so evenly, with so little convection, you can cook a turkey at 550 degrees in two hours without scorching it.

Throw a 40 pound roast in at 275 for 12 hours, and you can eat it with a spoon.


Oh man, now I'm hungry. I used to work at Sbarro's during high school and I will say, pizza quality aside, those ovens were amazing.
 
2013-11-29 03:30:32 AM  

snarketyfarker: Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.


When G_Biscuit and I lived in Seattle, we always went out for Moroccan food on Thanksgiving, but we were fans of Enat in Northgate for our Ethiopian food needs.
 
2013-11-29 04:58:32 AM  

Murnau Priebenhoffer: snarketyfarker: Today, I am taking my friend from Japan to her first Ethiopian food,  If you live in North Seattle, and like Ethiopian food, you must check out Gojo on about 130th and Aurora.  Simply amazing food, full bar, and they have honey wine as well.  The people who run it are wonderful as well.  Again, I hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving.

When G_Biscuit and I lived in Seattle, we always went out for Moroccan food on Thanksgiving, but we were fans of Enat in Northgate for our Ethiopian food needs.


I may send minions out to investigate this. Y'know, in case I'm able to go visit them sometime this coming year.
 
2013-11-29 05:51:25 PM  
Ethiopian food is good. when you have to eat the crappy parts, you've got to make them taste good
 
2013-11-29 11:10:48 PM  
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